Trend Update: The Felt Fedora

The felt fedora is a chic on-trend essential for the cooler months to come. This stylish accessory can dress an outfit up or down, add a bit of edge to a playful bohemian dress and ankle boots, zest upย your favourite leather jacket, and goes wonderfully with almost every autumn essential this season.

Not a hat person? Be prepared to be converted… ๐Ÿ™‚


First things first. The classics…

A charcoal black fedora paired with a chunky turtleneck, makes a statement.

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Mix up your classic nautical striped tee or jumper with a bold fedora. Think burgundy, burnt orange and mustard hues…


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Although bright colours certainly make a statement, muted tones and neutrals look just as chic… Think black and white turtlenecks, monochrome patterned cigarette pants, nude coloured oxfords or flats…


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It doesn’t end there though… paired with burgundy, rich reds, plum, cornflower blue, and other on-trend hues, a muted hue fedora can add volumes of chic and class.


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Don’t forget the preppy blazer! In a classic tone and fit,(or not), this wardrobe essential works just as well with a fedora as a edgy leather jacket…


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After some trend forecasting shopping expeditions, I have put together a list of my top 5 labels that designed some chic fedoras this season…

#1: Sportsgirl

#2: Forever New

#3: Myer

#4: Seed Heritage

#5: Dotti


What’s your favourite fedora look?


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Your trend forecaster companion,

DaisyChainDaydreams xox


9 thoughts on “Trend Update: The Felt Fedora

  1. I think I will head into Forever New. Thanks so much for this blog post! I have been looking everywhere to find a Fedora and I had no idea where to find one!!


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